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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friifoy, June IB, 1011. fa I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by tho Uthbrldfo Hsr.ld Ltd.. at Itg offloo, itatk otroot, W. A> a Newt 1224 Circulation anIr. J. S. Dennig is greatly appreciat- ed by the people not. only of this city but also of the whole of the West. sum of money offered is valuable in itself, but it alao adds greatly to the claims of this city for the Con- gresa, as it shows that this corpora- tion, which is the greatest railway corporation in the world, is heartily ill' support of the congress and ita ob- jects. With the acknowledged back- ing of the C. P- R- the city can make stronger bid than ever for the Con- influential body as the Associated of Trade of Western Canada will also greatly aid" this city In ac- compUshing irs purpose. The assoc- iation represents the most important commtfflitios in the West, and their will mean a great deal of assistance. In each case the promise of sup- port was freely and ungrudgingly giv en, and indicates an enthusiasm that is bound much weight. It is indeed gratifying to-see the united and. enthusiastic support being given this jcity in its efforts to bring the greatest agricultural congress and ex- poiitipn jn the world to this part of Canada. In the Parliament (Orillia Pmcket-f Editor Bradwin, of Parry Sound North Star, is running for Parliament. By-and-bye. he will be running for coyer. Had His Shock (Chicago One person .who Has no shock of astonishment by'reaso of that eartb.qua.ke in >f exlcp geo- tlemaii namedvPorfirip Can Tip Alf on the Running (St. 'Louis Upon what theory did Porfirio Diaz choose ate asylum in .Spain.? It is cer- tain that Alfonso cannot toll him any- thing about running a country. Elections MORE the Liberal- party in Xova Scotia .has made.a. of dukprpvince, and if the gov- lives through, its term, riU hold the record for the longest continuous office." The Liberal party has-been the approach, con- nth a base j f0rm to the level of the crossings in- one teara-stead-of filling up with clay, put in gravel, but not till the surface is fit to receive iti? I say this AS it lias been done, loads of dumped on harrt clay ground, with the result of taxpayers beine; called to foot the bill for the removal of the large rocks contained in same. Why in the do in your back yard, keep it' filled fresh water, actJ if. your readers, cannot gel enough recom- peahe by seeing our thirsty sojourn- -ers: appreciating; their I appeal to them h'y paraphras- ing a famous "Is iiiere a man with ne'er to himself -Wath said, Are there, no thirsty birds 1 am siJ- Yours obediently, GAME The Prairie Agencies Limited Successors To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO..: 110 South. 'Near-Hudson's Bay ttorfV, OFFICE EQUIPMENT and m steel" and wood. TYPEWRITERS and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES and OFFICE PHONE 122.'- We' respectfully solicit correspondence from of town' points. All inquiries promptly-answered. -Thanks, call again. name of common sense not good roads bulletins Also, why does not Appear once in a whi Now, sir, to get tacks, as an 'old r owner, and a drive wish to say that our nable. if drive The ReJ Crtw Drif and Botk Crosdy and ft. firm namo "The Mod Co. Mr. rotiroo and Mr. MeCroady is s I of, and tho, msKffor for the now firm, tvsry business will oe continued snd improved, ivory bo carried on in way M to morft tho Tho fromlnf will bo in of A. Neidif oomiftonds Jtttlf. The Red Crssi Draf and Book have screened gravel hauled up, plac- ed in heaps ready for the first storm that will render the roa'd surface suf- ficiently plastic for the incorporation of same. Our late engineer, T believe, decided against using cmshed limestone rock u-hich could been obtained at small cost. Why In conclusion, I would say T con- sider the streets, of "this city a dis- grace to any village, to say nothing oi a city. Why T 'can only, put it down to gross ignorance; apparently, or carelessness, tt has been the same thing for fifteen years, to ray it is" tin-e to change. We a good, -sound clay basis, i for goodness sake us have a sur- face put on the same, so it does not cut into ruts and that Till cripple our horses, break up our bug- gies and ruin our 1 am, sir, Yours LETHBRIDW PRACTICAL. THlHtTV Kditor of the Herald Tt fver occurred to .you or your many readers that there are manv recent arrivals in our "city who practically starving. i refer lo our feathered visitors, Studebaker Ve Represent Quality, Durability, Appearance and Value We carrv a full line of Wj ons. drays, delivery .wagons (all heavy teaming wagons, diimp wagons, con- tractors' carts, etc. Also a complete line of high class Studebaker carriages and buggies. Ask someone who knows what Stude- baker means; The Lethbridge-Weybum Realty Co., 1st. block ;